Kingsland Garden Club

Yantis Lakeside Gardens

Living and Gardening in the

Beautiful Texas Hill Country


Kingsland Garden Club
Celebrating 58 Years in the Highland Lakes Area 
The Kingsland Garden Club was organized in 1961 and is a member of the Texas and National Garden Clubs. We meet on the first Friday of each month from September to May. We have several programs during the year when we invite the public to join us for interesting and informative programs.
Kingsland Garden Club Officers:                            
Co-President - Susan Berglund Nye
                         Sherry Robitson

Vice President - Diane Langley
2nd Vice President - Nancy Bardouche 
Secretary - Lois Farris

                        Treasurer - Sheryl Yantis
                  Past President - Sheryl Yantis  
                   Webmaster - Robert Yantis
Next meeting for members:
March 1st, 2019
Next Public Program:
March 1st, 2019
For more information about the Kingsland Garden Club or to be notified of our programs you can email us or call (325) 388-8849
2018- 2019 Public Programsat 1:30 pm at the Kingsland Library,
 125 W. Polk St.:
Programs will start at 1:30 p.m. Club meetings at 1:00 p.m.

September 7    Hostesses:  Mary Ann Atwood, Renee Case, Sharon Marshall
We know that it is not a question of if a fire will start, but when.
Wildfires are natural across Texas and occur in almost all of our ecoregions. The good news is that by taking some simple steps around your home and property, residents can greatly decrease their chance of home loss during a wildfire. Proper plant selection and both construction materials used in the landscape and on the home influence how wildfires burn. This program  will teach the basics on why homes burn and how to become better prepared all while managing your land for personal goals.  Our speaker is Kari Hines, Wildland Urban Interface Specialist with Mitigation and Prevention Department
of Texas A&M Forest Service.  Meeting at 1:00 PM 

October 5   Hostesses: Sherry Robitson, Jean Munson
County Extension Agent Linda Wells will present "Critter Cuts".  From flower bouquets to animal shapes, vegetable art with an imagination provides for a multitude of possibilities.
Meeting at 1:00 PM

January 4   Hostesses:  Lois Farris, Linda Poerner

Local Expert and Highland Lakes Master Gardener Earth-Kind Specialist Sheryl Yantis will present "Hill Country Landscaping”.  This  informative program discusses how to use landscape design principles to create or enhance your own hill country garden.  A garden is a work of art that changes with the seasons and some of the same principles can be used to create a beautiful garden in your yard using native and adapted hill country plants. Join us for this free program presented by the Kingsland Garden Club at the Kingsland Library, 125 W. Polk. The public is invited to the meeting and program which starts at 1:00 PM.  AT for MG

February 1   Hostesses:  Carolyn Lange, Linda Finney
John Caballero of Apple Valley Orchard will show us which apple and other fruit varieties are best to grow in the Texas Hill Country and what are the preferable growing conditions.

March 1   Hostesses:  Susan Rader,  Carol Baumbach
Growing Lavender allows you to craft items from the bounty of your own lavender flower garden.  Join Beth Patterson for a program "Lavender Crafter's Garden"

April 20   
The Kingsland Garden Club presents their annual home grown Plant Sale in conjunction with The Lion's Semi-annual Charity Pancake Breakfast at the Kingsland Community Center 7 AM to 12 PM.

Club Members and invited guests only events:

November 2nd - Field Trip

December 7th- Christmas Luncheon 

May 3rd- May Potluck Brunch

Kingsland Garden Club Activities
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Images from our May Garden Tour and Luncheon
Photos courtesy of Sue Kersey